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23 hrs ago | Business Journal

Executive AirShare looking at new markets

Executive AirShare , which saw a 37 percent increase in its customer count last year, is now considering expansion possibilities in several locations include along some Great Lakes cities.


Related Topix: Chemicals

Mon Apr 14, 2014


High lake levels exist after heavy winter snows

Somewhere out under the thousands of square miles of ice on the Great Lakes is water, much of it visible on the Buffalo Waterfront as it eventually flows under the ice boom.


Related Topix: Chemicals, Michigan

Wed Apr 09, 2014

Automotive News

Weather-related rail congestion keeps vehicles parked near factories

Across the Rust Belt, thousands of freshly built cars, pickups and SUVs are parked, waiting for a ride that's late.


Related Topix: Chemicals, Toledo, OH

Tue Apr 08, 2014

CE News

Buffalo receives EPA grant for green infrastructure

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the award of a $500,000 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant to the City of Buffalo to fund green infrastructure projects to improve water quality in Lake Erie.


Related Topix: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Law, Law, Chemicals

Wed Apr 02, 2014

Wausau Daily Herald

Thursday's forecast: Huge storm to blast central U.S.

A massive storm will slam the central U.S. with a variety of wild weather Thursday, from tornadoes to heavy snow.

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Related Topix: Weather, Blizzard, Chemicals

Tue Apr 01, 2014

Business Journal

Glaser, Dorn nominated for Financial Institutions board

The chairman of the board at Freed Maxick CPAs PC and the founder and president of the now-defunct Greater Buffalo Savings Bank are being nominated to fill two seats on Financial Institutions Inc.'s board of directors.


Related Topix: Banking, Financial Institutions, Financial Services, Buffalo, NY, Erie County, NY, Chemicals

Sat Mar 29, 2014

USA Today

It was March misery in frigid northern, eastern USA

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Related Topix: Blizzard, Chemicals, Caribou, ME, Weather

Fri Mar 28, 2014

North County Public Radio

Relentless winter's ice delays St. Lawrence River shipping

Three U.S. Coast Guard cutter vessels are to help with annual ice-breaking operations in Thunder Bay's harbour on Lake Superior--the far end of the St. Lawrence Seaway.


Related Topix: US Coast Guard, US Military, US News, Canada, Chemicals,

Mon Mar 24, 2014

New Jersey Herald

Buffalo environmental group getting $500K US grant

Federal officials will be in Buffalo to announce a $500,000 grant as part of a Great Lakes cleanup program.


Related Topix: Chemicals, Environmental Law, Law

Fri Mar 21, 2014

Grand Haven Tribune

BROWN: Trashing the Great Lakes: Plastic pollution abounds

Some of the most iconic images of marine litter involve plastic. Picture a turtle caught in plastic six-pack rings, a tree's branches draped with shopping bags, or a highway median full of empty bottles.


Related Topix: Chemicals, Environment, Science, Erie, MI, Lake, MI, Opinion

Thu Mar 20, 2014

WVIZ-TV Cleveland

Regional News Stories: Dredging Up a Problem

The Cuyahoga River in northeast Ohio -- known for catching fire in the 1960s -- relies on frequent dredging to keep the shipping channels open.


Related Topix: Ohio, Chemicals, Cleveland, OH, Marietta College, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Tue Mar 18, 2014

USA Today

Wednesday's forecast: Rain, rain, go away

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Related Topix: Chemicals, Weather, Mentor, OH

Mon Mar 17, 2014

Field & Stream

Extreme Winter Hurts Great Lakes Duck Population

The long winter in the northern half of the U.S. has been hard on everything, including resident populations of waterfowl that rely on fish for a substantial portion of their diet - fish that are now locked beneath a historical amount of ice on the Great Lakes and other area waters.


Related Topix: Chemicals, Associated Press, Buffalo, NY


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